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Consumer Voice survey on Internet banking in India

Consumer Voice survey on Internet banking in India

Recently, Consumer Voice, a voluntary organization carried a survey on Internet Banking and Mobile Banking in metro and mini-metro cities of India and came up with some interesting results. The organization works for the protection of consumers under Jago Grahak Jago, with an aim to promote consumer education and awareness in India. The survey on e-banking was sponsored by Union Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Govt. of India and supported by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and Customer Services Department, Mumbai.

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IMF cuts Asia growth forecast

IMF cuts Asia growth forecast

The IMF (International Monetary Fund) has cut its development estimates for Asia over fears about eurozone debt and new worries for the United States economy. The International Monetary Fund whispered dangers for Asia had been "definitely tilted to the obstacle" due to these worries over its 2 key export zones.

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China imposes nationwide resource tax

China imposes nationwide resource tax

China is going to increase a tax on natural gas and oil sales to the whole nation as of 1 November, to try and lessen consumption. The tax is going to be 5-10 percent of sales, the State Council stated on Monday. A five percent experimental resource tax was initiated in the western region of Xinjiang in July past year, with revenues going to the local government.

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Japan extends its post-quake loan scheme by six months

Japan extends its post-quake loan scheme by six months

The Bank of Japan has broadened its loan system for banks functioning in the regions exaggerated by the tsunami and earthquake by 6 months. The central bank had presented 1tn yen ($13 billion) in unusual loans to banks to make sure liquidity for rebuilding efforts after the natural catastrophes.

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Profit of China Construction Bank surges in first half

Profit of China Construction Bank surges in first half

China Construction Bank has registered record earnings for the 1st half of the year on higher fees and loans. China's 2nd largest bank by market value said earnings rose 31 percent to $14.5 billion from the same time a year ago. The bank's productivity was assisted by a rise in the price of borrowing in the nation. The information comes at an instance when Chinese banks have been under stress to decrease lending.

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